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sky6 live hd giving you a live look at the ben franklin bridge. of course, meteorologist chris sowers is tracking the forecast, a lot going on, you're tracking hurricane jose and maria is back. >> reporter: feeling like summer and i caved i turned the air-conditioning back on. yesterday we managed a high higf 87 degrees that's normal for july. less than a week away from the start of fall. it will be soupy today and tomorrow and tuesday. allentown, 67. millville, 63. cape may, atlantic city checking in at 70 degrees. visibility socked in to the west in reading, .3 in the lehigh valley. we have showers popping up. here's storm tracker 6 live we set it in motion for you. we have a convergence zone.
we have showers on the lancaster/berks county line drifting off to the southwest at 1 miles per hour. if you're traveling southwest from adams town you'll get downpours. we have a a sun and clouds, similar to yesterday, spotty showers likely throughout the day. 9:00 a.m., this is the golf forecast, 74. if you have a tee time dress accordingly, warm and sticky, you'll need a short sleeved shirt you'll need a be on the look out for a spotty shower. hurricane jose maximum taind -- stained winds 80 miles per hour. it has made the right-hand side turn and drifting to the north paralleling the eastern seaboard later this afternoon. i'll be back with the latest track from the hurricane center, what impacts it will have on the
jersey shore guys. >> we have breaking news from london, police arrested a second man in connection with the subway attack in the city. the 21-year-old was arrested in a west london neighborhood. so far he has not charged. an 18-year-old man was arrested at the port area in dover where ferries leave for france. police believe the friday attack was the coordinated plot not the work of one person. islamic state has taken credit for the attack. the bomb partially detonated 29 people were injured. new this morning, a woman was in the hospital after her car collided with another one. her car flipped on the roof. the other vehicle ended up on the sidewalk. it happened at 1:15 a.m. at 42 andy spruce streets in university city. when firefighters arrived the woman was trapped in the car, they freed her abbey took her to the hospital in -- and took her to the hospital in serious, but stable condition. no word on the injuries or what caused the crash.
a car hit and killed a pedestrian on a south jersey highway. the action cam was at the scene northbound lanes of 73 and maple shade township. the victim died at the scene. the vehicle stopped nearby, police continue to investigate the accident. 7:04 a.m., service is back to normal on market frankford line after it partially derailed with passengers on board. investigators are trying to determine what caused the derailment. according to septa, the cars were operating on a single track system due to construction. the lead car came off the tracks when the train crossed over from the eastbound side to the westbound side, one passenger was treated for heat exhaustion. protesters near st. louis, missouri turned violent for a second straight night following the acquittal of a former white police officer in the shooting death of a black man. a few dozen demonstrators
refused to disburse near washington university of they broke dozens of windows and threw objects at police officers. hundreds of officers in riot gear moved in and arrested nine people. this morning, the access road to key west reopened with the florida keys road to recovery is littered with obstacles, electricity and sewer and water services are intermittent after hurricane irma's brutal punch. we don't know when they will be fully functional. for that reason anyone returning to see what's left are being asked to bring emergency supplies to get them by for a while. making the situation dangerous, few hospitals around or running with limited crew. >> the keys are not what you left several days. >> bring your water and bug spray, bugs are coming out, it will get worse in the next few days. be self-sufficient.
>> reporter: there is some progress as helicopters chopper in aid to battered towns, roads are being cleared and recovery centers are being set up to help residents get financial help. the devastation in florida is overwhelming for many people. linda downing doesn't have power and has a giant bannian tree that crashed across her yard. >> i can't keep it up and i'm not physically strong enough to do everything that needs to be done. we have help, it's just -- you get up everyday that's a good thing, but it is very trying. it's very trying. >> irma nearly wiped out parts of the million dollars -- middle keys. we're just hours away from the much-talked about union doug
peterson conveyers off against andy reid. peterson was backup quarterback to brett farve reid was the first year of the packers offensive line coach. not long after that he took over as coach of the philadelphia eagles in 1998. peterson became the backup to donovan mcnabb. he gave peterson his coaching break in 2009 and promoted him to quarterback coach of the eagles. reid under the eagles to give peterson a shot to be the head coach. now it's big red taking on peterson. >> the people were great to me, the organization was great to me, but, again, i'm all red now. >> it will be fun, it will be fun to see big red on the other side, but at the same time i know he wants to kick my tail exipt -- and i want to kick his.
>> go eagles, still ahead, the eagles players talk to "action news" about the big game and ron jaworski tells sports director ducis rogers about the players we'll break down the eagles and chiefs. >> a lot of history going into today's game. it's not too late to support the philadelphia tradition, the heros thrill show. the acrobatic events pays for the college tuition for police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty. tickets are ten dollars per person you can get them at the show or the hero thrill show office at 18th and market street. two dogs are pulled out alive from a storm drain in bucks county. cruel hear from their rescuers. >> history was made on this day, 230 years on independence
what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee.
7:10 a.m., coming up on act 6th, the pennsylvania horticultural society will be hosting their feast coming together to raise money for phs. here's alicia vitarelli. >> reporter: the phs pop up garden at 15th and south will be the venue for this year's feast. inside you'll find a plush garden setting. >> if you know the meaning of paradise it's a word that means walled garden. >> reporter: they raise money for the work the horticultural society does around philadelphia. >> it makes the community healthier and greener.
>> reporter: it showcases philadelphia's best food and drink. >> we have the best in philadelphia, food drink and know it's going fob for a good cause. >> reporter: you want to feel the love when they are in this walled paradise. >> guests get to choose their sweetener. >> reporter: rich how? every relationship needs a touch of sour and bitter. >> replacings are too sweet they -- relations are too sweet they don't last. >> reporter: conshohocken restaurant black fish will provide seasonal dishes like the heirloom tomato sal lads, -- salads. mixed with freshly basil picked from the garden. it's the perfect salad to
celebrate the works phs does. that's why they moved it from the navy i can'trd to the outside garden on -- navy yard to the outside garden on south street. >> we wanted to share it and wanted to bring the party outside. >> i love that garden on south street our family spends a lot of time there. it's the last week in the summer, feels like summer. >> reporter: going to feel like summer for weeks to come, unfortunately. hurricane irma changed the pattern, remember how nice it was a couple of weeks ago we had temperatures in the 60s and 70s. it felt like fall during the entire month of august, now all of a sudden we get into a very, very warm and humid summer-like pattern. we're closing in on the start of fall. you can see the low level clouds beginning to lift. you can see sunshine this morning, but expect to see showers later this afternoon. speaking of showers, here's the
latest on storm tracker 6 live we're zoom into northern lancaster county, berks lancaster county line from adams down down to route 22 into lincoln and lee -- lo -- leola, we have showers it's not a washout, but maybe showers and brief downpour developing. the latest on storm tracker 6 live, everything moving off swiftly to the southwest, everybody else is dry at this point. it's warm and sticky out there, with temperatures for the most part in the upper 60s and low 70s already. future tracker 6, as we fast forward this along we get into the first part of the afternoon, here comes the pop-up showers once again, especially across south jersey and popping up west of the city, that will be the trend throughout the afternoon and into the early evening hours, once the sun sets we'll lose the heating from the sun, and we lose the instability.
monday we could do it all over again. these clouds are in advance of hurricane jose coming up the eastern seaboard. one or two spritzes or sprinkle may develop in the afternoon. allentown, 82. philadelphia up to 84. the normal is 78. we're well above seasonal averages. millville, 82. trenton checking in at 82 degrees later on today. latest on hurricane jose it's the category one storm winds up to 80 miles per hour. it will go between bermuda and cape hatterrous, north carolina. all the computer guides keeps it 200 miles off the coast of atlantic city. it keeps far enough for the impacts not to be felt on the jersey shore. you'll see tidal flooding tuesday morning, you'll see huge waves that will create dangerous rip currents, but the heavy torrential downpours, strong
winds all that should stay well out to sea. jose impacts for the jersey shore and delaware beaches. no change, monday evening through wednesday morning, waves up to ten feet, huge breakers, rip current and beach erosion likely, winds gusts 40 to 45 miles per hour. tropical storm maria, winds up to 65 miles per hour what's concerning here, looks like the national hurricane center wants to take this on a path similar to what hurricane irma did over the lessor antilles and puerto rico. it strengths into a category 3 storm this friday, the models take it into the southeast coast. another storm we have to watch. warm and sticky, 48. 84 tomorrow increasing clouds, coastal winds likely on
wednesday, 78. the rest of the forecast looks summer-like, mostly sunny, temperatures in the mid 80s. >> thousands of runners are gearing up up for the rock and roll half marathon. it conclusion off at eakens oval an loops around kelly and mlk drive. the benjamin franklin parkway will be closed all morning for the runners. the race raises money for cancer reern. we'll b right back.
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year. these giendz must be formal -- guidelines must be formally adopted before becoming the standards. fda has given unanimous approval to vaccine in trials after the injection, it was 90% effective in those over 70 while the effectiveness of the vaccine on the market decreased over time. two dogs are back in their owners arms after being rescued from a storm drain in bucks county. bob brooks talked to the people involved in the rescue friday night. >> reporter: it is been quite the past 24 hours for these two bucks county dogs. they are safe now, but look at the pictures from their rescue. they are lifted out of a storm drain 14 treat below the ground. it started when die and tom made
the -- diane and tom made the discovery. neither of them saw any dog until tom moved the car. >> the closer i got to the car, i heard the barking with an echo, of course, i'm coming out to move my car, i look down and i see the eyes of the dogs shining up. >> reporter: they called for help. while ems crews were on the way -- >> we kept them company. >> reporter: lower southampton firefighter ryan brooks was sent below. >> they are terrified. they seemed to be down there for a while. >> he, too did his best to comfort the dogs while dangling on the way back up. did you say anything while getting hoisted up out of there? >> hold on pups. that was it. >> reporter: after they were pulled out it was to town and country kennel. >> they are resting comfortably
and they were >> reporter: officials don't believe there was any foul play. >> we believe they got into an open pipe. >> reporter: the older won is shaking and scared and wants to go home. we got good news from the kennel the owners found out they were there and went and picked them up bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> that's good news, indeed. >> we're glad they are safe. we'll be right back.
yoo recommend going in the -- i wouldn't recommend going in the water today. here's the water vapor loop, here's escrows josie making the track up the eastern seaboard it will be off the coast of atlantic city by tuesday afternoon. remember yesterday we were talking about the right front quadrant, here's the perfect example look at the winds are lopsided on this side of the screen. on this track it keeps the most dangerous part of the storm off the coast. here's the eastern seaboard here, it's nowhere here it. we'll see an impact, but nothing remotely close what hurricane harvey or hurricane irma did or sandy. jersey shore up to ten foot waves, dangerous rip currents and maybe minor tidal flooding tuesday morning. >> thank you for the update.
sports now, eagles fans will see a familiar face on the sidelines this afternoon. andy reid goes up against his former team. jamie apody has more on the eagles/chiefs coverage. >> reporter: it's a rematch with reid, the last time big red faced his former team in 2014 he beat the birds 26-16. >> eagles arriving to their hotel with plenty of fanfare. peterson back in his former city. kelsey brothers are playing against each other. not to mention arrow head stadium a tough place to play. >> everybody is excited it's going to be a fun game. >> we'll concentrate and focus on their job and communicate as well as you can in the environment. >> a lot of memories are going through your mind when you think
of andy. >> he drafted me, i want to show him what he drafted me on. i'm excited to go out there with my teammates and get this win. penn state hosting georgia state in happy valley. nittany lions favored by 37 points it wouldn't be that close. first quarter, penn state 7-0. barclay 835 yards for the touchdown. -- 85 yards for a touchdown. mcsorely passed for over 300 yards. hamilton scores. they won 56-zip such a blowout, even the lion was bored. who knew a rainy day and rain delay by two last place teams could be so much fun. back and forth, adding
sunglasses, sunscreen, help from teammates they had wardrobe changes. the game resumed in the 4th inning and in the 6th inning, the phils get ahead, they went on to win it, 5-3. i'm assuming those guys are no longer in the dugout, you never know. the flyers open their preseason today at 1:00 p.m. the union play at 1:00 p.m. that's sports, have a great day. >> students in montgomery
county school district find out tonight when classes could be canceled by a teachers strike that's next on "action news" sunday morning. >> hurricane jose will soon churn up surf along the shoreline in our area. >> taking a live look right now at the start of the philadelphia rock and roll half marathon. look the these folks go. they will have a great time for all the money raised goes to cancer research. now, let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers with more on jose and maria and the sunday forecast to get you started for sunday. >> reporter: nice day for the runners temperatures in the 60s. it's a little bit sticky, but we're not seeing the sun. the runner should have a nice forecast as they make their journeys down the street there. 66 degrees in pottstown. kutztown, 66. malvern, 69.
center city, 69. media, 68 degrees. glassboro, 66. fortescue checking in at 68. the only issue it's humid, dewpoints in the upper 60s, close to 70. now we're seeing showers developing. you look to the left-hand side of the screen it's called a convergence zone tore winds colliding over the berks county line there. some of the showers are coming down at a good clip adams town 222 north of leola. the movement off to the southwest five miles per hour, it will take time for this to pass along him you will get socked pretty good in the next half-hour with rain in northern lancaster county. we expect more pop-up showers to develop later this afternoon. if you're heading out to the phillies game taking on oakland. warm and humid, sun and clouds with the pop-up shower, first
pitch 1 5:00 p.m., 83. 9th inning, 84. in the tropics we have a couple of systems to talk about, all eyes on hurricane jose 125 miles off the east coast of cape hatteras. tropical storm maria is 20 miles east southeast of the antilles. we're watching that storm because it takes the storm track as hurricane irma. i'll have more on about it storms in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> methacton school district in montgomery county is expected to announce its plans if teachers go on strike. the teachers who are looking for a better contract have given a warning they will walk off the job. they could hit the picket lines for 15 days and no more.
we'll get the status of the talks and send you the update. a person was seriously injured after being hit by a car in south jersey. police were called to route 38 and chapel avenue last night. the victim was taken to cooper university hospital 0 to be treated. the driver stopped. investigators are trying to figure out why the septa rail train derailed. >> reporter: saturday night 8th and market street stop police directed eastbound market frankford line riders to shuttle buses. >> we was coming from penns landing and we had to walk up here because the train was shut
down. >> reporter: power was shut off eastbound and westbound after a morning partial train derailment. chopper 6 hd over the scene after 11:00 p.m. in between busy i-95. the train heading eastbound from center city to the frankford transportation center came to a halt near the spring garden stop. >> as we came up the tunnel, the car derailed. i thought it was about to tip over and go on the expressway actually. i've never been so scared my whole entire life. >> reporter: once they turned the power off, we walked through the tracks, the firefighter was there and the police officers were there. we didn't know that the car derailed until we walked into the front part of the car. >> reporter: according to a statement released by septa officials, the cars were operating on a single-track system due to construction. the train was crossing over eastbound side to the westbound side when the car derailed and
traveling at a low rate of speed. septa had two other incidents on their trains both in upper darby 69th street station, a crash on the high speed line injured 34 people and a crash in february that injured four. septa is investigating exactly what happened saturday morning. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> a demonstration in support of a robert e. lee statue in virginia led to a protest two protesters and counter protesters. new confederate state a tennessee event called for the statue to remain standing. they were met with counter protesters armed with signs and white crosses. police made the decision to escort a small group of people
supporting the statue to their cars for safety. 1,000 protesters turned out in salt lake city, you -- utah to end daca children brought to united states by undocumented parents. they calling congress to prevent daca individuals from being deported. president trump is expected to tend his first united nation assembly. on wednesday and thursday he will meet with a host of world leaders including those from south korea and japan. the north korea missile launch is expected to be on the agenda. u.s. constitution was signed 230 years ago. the signing took place in philadelphia independence hall. the constitution will not become
the law of land until several more months when new hampshire became the 9th of the 1 states to ratify the document. you can go to the national constitution center across the street from independence hall. tomorrow is part of the celebration, the constitution center is offering free admission. >> a nice treat there. 7:37 a.m. there's a lot of going on about the eagles/chiefs game talking about the matchup between peterson and andy reid. >> former eagle ron jaworski break it down with our sports director ducis rogers. >> reporter: jaws this is a huge game for the eagles in week two, now. >> well, the patriots were the team that everybody said was the team to beat. who beat them, the chiefs, right now they are the hottest team in the league. >> reporter: a lot of people are
talking about matchup, mentor over protege. i goes with experience. it's -- i go with experience, it's andy reid over doug peterson. quarterback position is a position you depend on other people to help you do your job. tiereek at the line of scrimmage, he can fly. kelsey is going to run a clear rout. he is going to clear out the secondary and get out and up and alex smith will read this beautifully you'll get the explosive play off the top of the drop. he knows he has hill at great speed down the field and you get a 75-yard touchdown pass. the chiefs in week one had a a plethora of explosive plays, a few of them come from hunt in
the backfield. i know alex smith likes what he sees, he knows right now a linebacker has to cover hunt out of the backfield on the deep rout, once the ball is snapped. alex smith reads it, he has a mismatch of a speedy back on on a linebacker you get a 78-yard touchdown pass. right now alex smith is in the zone because he has a lot of talent around him and great speed. >> reporter: let's talk about the eagles on offense. >> i thought the one guy boyds carson boyds -- besides carson wentz who played terrific was zack ertz. carson wentz loves to go to him. here you see an in-line tight pox zack ertz. a guy like ertz will beat the safety 8 out of ten times. carson wentz delivers the strike and beats the safety.
you cover ertz as the linebacker, not going to work, first down eagles. you get a matchup against the quarter, what does he do, he beats josh norman. right now the eagles feel and carson wentz knows where he is going to be. ertz was targeted 8 times gains washington he caught 8 balls. do the eagles win the game on sunday. >> eagles have a depleted secondary that doesn't bode well against the wide receivers and tighteneds i believe the chiefs win the game. >> shining a spotlight on philadelphia's marginalized groups the exhibition that took three years to create is underway. action cam eakens oval, philadelphia rock and roll half
there was enough debris left behind by the storm to fill up a football stadium 125 times. harvey dumped up 151 inches of rain on the lonestar state. a massive storm. >> as people recover from hurricane harvey and hurricane irma we're looking at hurricane jose. >> reporter: now we're seeing the cleanup from hurricane irma we have hurricane jose. and marie is forming that will take the path as hurricane irma did days ago. beautiful shot of the battleship new jersey, we have haze and humidity levels are high once again. it's an uncomfortable morning and temperatures are in the 60s. it could be worse. we flip it over storm tracker 6 live with all the humidity we have showers starting to develop along the berks/lancaster county line drifting off to the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. this has produced good rainfall totals from adams done --
adamstown down to leola. we flip it over to the total, give you an idea they have picked up .6 of an inch here. all this is drifting off to the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. we expect more activity to develop here during the course of the day. it's not going to be a wash, if you have outdoor plans keep an eye to the side. sun and clouds, warm and sticky. 69 degrees presently in philadelphia. dewpoint, 66. we don't like that, we need to number to drop into the 50s to see the comfortable air return. winds out of northeast at 5 miles per hour. the ocean temperature, 74 degrees. future tracker 6, as we continue to fast forward this along, the idea for today, sun and clouds as i mentioned earlier, warm and humid, showers start popping up in the afternoon. one or two could be more than a shower, you start to see the yellows and oranges, again
there's a little bit heavier precipitation coming down. once we lose the heating from the sun we lose the instability. overnight tonight we go an evening shower it's partly cloudy, warm and humid, monday, clouds increase in advance of hurricane jose. one or two showers possible, just like today it's not going to be a wash. most of the time is dry, spotty showers. the call from accuweather, warm and sticky, testers for the most part -- temperatures for the most part, mid 80s. dover, 78. wilmington, 81. millville, 82. trenton, 82. the you're wondering why the numbers are cooler to the south than they are to the north, the clouds lower and thicken down here more sunshine in the lehigh valley. hurricane jose category one storm making the right hand turn drifting to the north. tuesday afternoon, the storm will be 200 to 225 miles east of
atlantic city. most of the tropical forecast models all agree this is well offshore. we'll see some impacts along the immediate shoreline, but not expecting anything significant. this is the most likely scenario, 200 miles offshore, a brush of rain and wind gusts 40, 45 miles per hour, you'll see huge swells, though, ten foot waves and dangerous rip currents and there could be minor tidal flooding, but nothing of significance. this is the less likely track. if it were to shift closer to the coast, the impacts would be much greater. we're anticipating this, we're expect be the track 200 to 220 miles out to sea. this is tropical storm maria. this is irma's path ten days ago. looks like it will make a track similar as we look at the spaghetti plots over the lessor antilles, it runs over san juan
puerto rico and takes it into the southeast coast of the united states next weekend and beyond. florida obviously was hard hit with hurricane irma. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warm and sticky today, spotty showers possible, 84. for monday, increasing clouds, 82. tuesday, we'll say coastal rain and wind, large waves and dangerous rip currents 80 degrees. the rest of the seven-day forecast looks nice, warm and sticky, in anther feeling like fall, mid 80s and degree or two warmer than the numbers you saw. "action news" starts at 5:00 p.m., we begin the expanded newscast last weekend, we see, sarah bloomquist, melissa magee and jeff skeverski have you covered from 5 to 6:30 p.m. we'll be right back with 6abc loves the arts.
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karen rogers has more in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called philadelphia assembled it's a collective work that shines a spotlight on marginalized groups with personal stories and resilience and community building across the city. the project has been three years in the making and brings together works of 150 collaborators. they wanted to bring in things that amplified their own stories. >> reporter: from storytellers to artists and activists it provides the city's past present and future in the five atmospheric room. the project was initiated by a dutch visual artist and curator. >> she started to have conversations with people from your grandmother to your next-door neighbor. >> reporter: kensington blues by
photographer jeffrey stockbridge. framework for an an affordable house derived from a kensington neighborhood. virtues can share stories surrounding immigration and sanctuary related services in the tower sanctuary dome site. and you can explore the space using pay what you wish admission throughout the duration of the show. >> i hope people see philadelphia as a opportunity to actively challenge their perceptions of the city. >> reporter: philadelphia assembly is on view until december 10 in the philadelphia museum of arts perelman building. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> jay jay abrahams will finish his work on the star wars
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hurricane jose on tuesday, most of the impacts offshore, only minor impacts for the coastal area. wednesday, thursday, friday, look good with the temperatures in the 80s. >> we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: breaking news overnight, a second suspect arrested in connection with the london subway bombing. investigators are searching homes in the nearby suburb for clues, what we're learn being the suspects. the road to key west reopening homeowners returning for the first time surveys the damage as three tropical storms are brewing in the atlantic. a frightening moment caught on camera, i want to stress the fair worker is okay after prujing -- lungeing from a fair i say -- plunging from the fair i
ferris wheel what happened coming up next. >> "action news" continues later this morning. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. we're awaiting word on whether there will be classes in a montgomery county school district after a teachers union votes to go on strike. woman we'll show you a shore that offers more than a discount and how it's helping those in need, as well. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now, for chris sowers, gray hall, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll you back here at 9:00 a.m. our veterans have given us the rights
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good morning. road to recovery. the highway to the keys reopening this morning. >> the keys are not what you left. >> and sad to say, phew trouble brewing in the atlantic. the problem called maria. eyeing an already battered caribbean. breaking overnight. new terror arrests. a second man taken into custody in connection with that london subway attack. >> police! come to the front door now! >> as police carry out raids. and we learn more about the bomb in a bucket and how it was made. with the threat level critical, will there be another attack? fraternity death. what preliminary autopsy results show about an lsu freshman. >> we're all devastated by this. >> his death investigated as a ss